Working with mice, a team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center discovered that a protein called EPAC2 - deemed a second-fiddle player up until now - is actually an important regulator of insulin that appears to work by nudging insulin-secreting cells of the pancreas to ramp up production of the sugar-regulating hormone when the body needs it most.
What does JHCC stand for?
JHCC stands for Johns Hopkins Children's Center
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- Journal of the House of Commons (UK)
- Journey Healing Centers (various locations)
- Jubilee House Community (North Carolina)
- Junior High Camp (various locations)
- Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance (Wyoming; est. 1979)
- Jaffna Hindu College Association (Sri Lanka)
- Japan Hair Color Association
- Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing
- Jackson Hole Community Band (Jackson, WY)
- Jakarta Hilton Convention Centre (Jakarta, Indonesia)
- Joseph Harp Correctional Center (Lexington, OK)
- Juniper Hills Country Club (Pocatello, ID)
- Junior High Camp Director
- Journal for Humanistic Counseling Education and Development
- John Hunter Childrens Hospital (Australia)
- Joint Health Claims Initiative (UK)
- John Hughes Cooper Library (Columbia, SC)
- Journal of Health Care Law & Policy
- Joule Heated Ceramic Melter
- Journal of Health Care Marketing
Samples in periodicals archive:
WASHINGTON, March 5 Kyodo A team of researchers at Johns Hopkins Children's Center and two other U.
On Sunday, Researchers from Johns Hopkins Children's Center, the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the University of Mississippi Medical Center announced they had found a case of a "functionally cured" HIV-infected infant.
Summary: Obese women have a well-known risk for infertility, but a new Johns Hopkins Children's Center study has unraveled what Obese women have a well-known risk for infertility, but a new Johns Hopkins Children's Center study has unraveled what investigators there believe is the mechanism that accounts for the risk.
Small amounts of lead in the bodies of healthy children and teens--well below the levels defined as "concerning" by the CDC--may worsen kidney function, according to a Johns Hopkins Children's Center study published in the Jan.
Lack of adequate health care may have contributed to the deaths of some 17,000 US children over the past two decades, according to a study released by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Parent-doctor discussions about whether to maintain or withdraw life support from terminally ill or severely premature newborns are so plagued by miscommunication and misunderstanding that they might as well be in different languages, according to a small but potentially instructive new study from Johns Hopkins Children's Center reported in the September issue of Pediatrics.
I'm proud of my medical accomplishments, but I'm elated about the prospect of changing the future of generations to come," says Carson, professor of neurosurgery, oncology, plastic surgery, and pediatrics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.